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From sourcing grants to grant writing, I can help.

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There are solutions
There are solutions

Small town living provides the best quality of life.

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There IS a way
There IS a way
I can help you find a solution

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Communities make it happen
Communities make it happen

Never doubt that a small dedicated group can change the world.
Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
~Quote by Margaret Mead
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Working Together is Key
Working Together is Key

Community development is a partnership between your community, Council, and your region.
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The Sustainability Project

Communities in Saskatchewan are struggling to keep up with constant demand. We provide supports to small population communities intended to help them sustain, revitalize, and then grow.

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"When the Town of Kipling decided to undertake a housing assessment needs study, Lorri's knowledge and professionalism was able to secure the funding needed to see the project move ahead. It was a pleasure to work with her."

Gail Daku~CAO Town of Kipling

Welcome to the Sustainability Project:

Saskatchewan small towns face many challenges. We need to work at dealing with these challenges in order to sustain our small towns. It is a lifestyle worth preserving, and although it will take some work is well worth the effort.

For the past century and a half (or so) up until the last five years, Councils' jobs didn't change much from generation to generation. Local folks took their turns making decisions for the Town, balanced the budget and took care of the roads, water and sewer, taxation and infrastructure. Many made decisions without a lot of thought to a hundred years down the road, and most of the time that worked. It is not working anymore.

We need to work to sustain our communities, to help them in those areas where they are struggling.  In order for a community to thrive and grow it takes:

1. More money flowing in than out.
2. An engaged willing community.
3. A welcoming diverse community.
4. Infrastructure that is maintained and upgraded.
5. A variety of beautification efforts.
6. A strong volunteer component.
7. A progressive knowledgeable council that is transparent.
8. A community 'will' to provide supports for their community.
9. A diverse economy built upon local assets.
10. Housing that is accessible for all stages of income.

I developed the Sustainability Project as a means to provide supports as needed to small population communities in Saskatchewan to meet these objectives.

If you would like to know more information, please contact me at 306-575-8330.


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